Data from: Differences in offspring size predict the direction of isolation asymmetry between populations of a placental fish

 

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Title Data from reciprocal hybrid crosses
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Description The file “Data from reciprocal hybrid crosses” provides data on the number of full term and aborted offspring in crosses between populations of Heterandria formosa. Crosses were conducted in the lab using fish descended from four wild populations. The data file was created in Microsoft excel and contains five columns: Female population (Moore Lake, Trout Pond, Wacissa River, or Wakulla Springs), Male population (Moore Lake, Trout Pond, Wacissa River, or Wakulla Springs), Full term offspring (the number of full term offspring born over 60 days beginning with the birth of the first brood), aborted embryos (the number of aborted embryos produced over 60 days beginning with the birth of the first brood), and Total (the sum of the two previous columns).
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Schrader M, Fuller RC, Travis J (2013) Differences in offspring size predict the direction of isolation asymmetry between populations of a placental fish. Biology Letters 9(5): 20130327. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2013.0327

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Schrader M, Fuller RC, Travis J (2013) Data from: Differences in offspring size predict the direction of isolation asymmetry between populations of a placental fish. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.277r4
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